Happy new year from me and my new book cart! The top shelf is my physical TBR (will I ever get to it?) And the bottom is shelf overflow.
I’m currently reading an ARC of A Song of Salvation by Alechia Dow, as one of my goals for this year is to delve into more sci-fi/space operas.
Here’s a long list of books I would love to get to at some point in 2023.
- Know My Name by Chanel Miller
- The Little Village of Book Lovers by Nina George
- Notorious Sorcerer by Davinia Evans
- Empire of Exiles by Erin M Evans
- The Ashfire King by Chelsea Abdullah
- Song of Silver, Flame Like Night by Amélie Wen Zhao
- Threads That Bind by Kika Hatzopoulou
- Never a Hero by Vanessa Len
- The Bone Shard War by Andrea Stewart
- The Foxglove King by Hannah Whitten
- A Fire Endless by Rebecca Ross
- The City of Dusk by Tara Sim
- When In Rome by Sarah Adams
- Seven Faceless Saints by M.K. Lobb
- A Study in Drowning by Ava Reid
- Two Twisted Crowns by Rachel Gillig
I also saw that there’s some interesting discourse going around in the book community (I mean when is there not?). Apparently, some readers think it’s a red flag when someone mostly reads new books.
I’ve always enjoyed reading newer releases. As a writer myself, I love supporting authors during and after their book launches, because some day, I hope that will be me! I’m also all for reading what you like and what you want, as long as it isn’t hurting anybody.
What do you think? Do you feel the same as I do?